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Newcastle manager Alan Pardew says it will be very unlikely that Andy Carroll will be returning to Newcastle before the transfer window ends next Saturday. Andy Carroll – not coming back to Newcastle Alan Pardew was being interviewed following the Newcastle 2-0 defeat at Chelsea yesterday, and he had this to say about Andy Carroll, when [...]
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The People reported yesterday that Newcastle will go in with one last final offer to bring Geordie striker Andy Carroll back to Newcastle this week. Andy Carroll – may not get his wish to return to Newcastle Carroll cost Liverpool a massive £35M in January of 2011, and he has never quite settled on Merseyside, [...]
After manager Alan Pardew had said last night after the 2-0 defeat at Chelsea that he didn’t think Andy Carroll would be returning to Newcastle, the Sunday Sun is reporting today that Alan Pardew still hopes Newcastle can bring big Andy home. Andy Carroll - Alan wants him back on Tyneside Alan was asked whether [...]
Adam Campbell finally got on in the game last night and became the youngest player ever to play for Newcastle in Europe, beating Andy Carroll’s record, when the 17 year-old made his competitive debut for the Magpies last night in Athens, Greece, , and he again looked sharp and very quick in the final minutes of the game. Adam [...]
Newcastle United manager Alan Pardew says he is still eager to bring Andy Carroll back to the club.read more
Alan Pardew has admitted he was very surprised when Ben Arfa took the penalty last Saturday against Tottenham as Demba Ba is now the official penalty taker for Newcastle, but we wonder if the Frenchman will take the penalties he earns for Newcastle this season? The answer to that could well be yes. Ben Arfa [...]
Newcastle manager Alan Pardew says the club is unlikely to make another offer to sign Andy Carroll from Liverpool. The...
Newcastle manager has said today that he will use the full Newcastle squad this season as he takes Newcastle back into Europe and with the 1-1 draw against Atromitos on Thursday night in Greece, we must have a very good chance of qualifying for the group stages of the Europa League which will give us six European games to play before the end of the [...]
Newcastle United boss Alan Pardew hasn’t given up on landing Liverpool striker Andy Carroll.read more
Alan Pardew believes his Newcastle United side are capable of beating Chelsea for the second consecutive time at Stamford Bridge....
Newcastle manager Alan Pardew has backed Newcastle to progress to the Europa League group stages. His confidence in moving on...
Alan Pardew is hoping that both Fabrico Coloccini and Demba Ba will be fit for this afternoon’s game at Stamford Bridge, so whether they are really doubtful, or it’s some games being played again by the Newcastle manager, as he did with Ben Arfa last week, we don’t know. Demba Ba - carrying a shin injury Fab Coloccini slightly injured his thigh [...]
2012/13 Newcastle United Shirts - originally posted on Soccerlens.comNewcastle United was thought to have outdone themselves when they finished on the 5th spot, one point ahead of UEFA Champions League champions Chelsea. Alan Pardew lead his side to a place in the Europa League play-off round, giving them a chance to achieve a feat that Fulham failed to a few years ago.
The 21-year-old Italian was the new manager's first signing in a ?10million deal from Roma last month.
Rodgers knows the youngster well having coached him at Chelsea and also had him on loan at former club Swansea.
The player got his Liverpool career off to a good start with a goal on only his second appearance, scoring the opening goal in the 3-0 Europa League qualifying win...
With Liverpool drawing 2-2 with Champions Manchester City yesterday, all the top sides other then Chelsea have dropped points in their opening games of the season, and Chelsea are top having won their first three league games. Alan Pardew at Stamford Bridge on Saturday Arsenal have picked up only two draws, and didn’t score and didn’t concede in their first two games...